Cannon Beach Restaurants, Dining - Menus, Dining Guide
(Cannon Beach, Oregon) – It is dining to die for in one of the coast's most popular little resorts.
Restaurants in Cannon Beach mean dining in some rather extraordinary surroundings, and often innovative in décor and approaches. The menus consist of something just a little different, or the concept behind the eatery goes a direction few, if any, have thought of before.
Here you'll find: Cannon Beach restaurants, dining, chowder, burgers, seafood, oceanfront dining, family or fine dining, pizza, steaks, chicken, kids menus, pub fare, Cannon Beach places to eat.
Cannon Beach Fultano's Pizza. It’s some serious gourmet Italian at a family price. This one delivers to local hotels, and they feature slices for lunch. There's a special thin crust recipe that's especially tasty, crunchy and yet still tender in a way that manages to combine both those latter qualities seamlessly.
There are many of the standbys, as well as gourmet varieties like the Margherita (garlic and herb olive oil, three cheeses, red onion and more), a Greek-themed specialty, a Goat Cheese pizza, and specialties with Teriyaki Chicken, Linguica, BBQ Chicken and a variety of seafood selections. One item features a distinctive sausage with mashed grapes for the sauce, providing a subtle, sweet tang. The sausage is spicy and zippy, making a nice balance to the slight sweetness.
One must-try is their pasta (about $10). They have a homemade tomato sauce that stacks up against anything Europe could dish out. This is one stunning, mother-of-all sauces, and their penne pasta with meatballs is a seriously addictive dish. 200 N. Hemlock and Second Street. www.CBfultanos.com (503) 436-9717. Family dining Cannon Beach, pizza Cannon Beach
Stephanie Inn Dining Room. A four-star restaurant inside an equally stunning hotel. A soaring wood ceiling is accentuated by a chandelier, with a historic atmosphere like a classic lodge from bygone days. Seating times and days change seasonally and reservations are required. $59 per person for a masterful four-course prix fixe dinner in an innovative Northwest cuisine style, featuring fresh, seasonal and local ingredients. Their wine list has numerous awards from Wine Spectator Magazine. The menu changes nightly. A sample menu could be: Butternut Squash Risotto with toasted pine nuts, brown butter and aged balsamic vinegar. Tomato Basil Soup with gorgonzola cream. Seared Beef Tenderloin with Duchess potatoes, grilled onions and peppercorn reduction sauce. Cedar Plank Roasted Salmon with snow peas and béarnaise sauce. Savory Duck Confit with spiced lentils. For dessert you may find a Meyer Lemon Curd Tart. Complimentary breakfasts for those staying at the hotel. 2740 South Pacific. Cannon Beach, Oregon. 800-633-3466. www.stephanieinn.com
The Wayfarer Restaurant & Lounge. A timeless and upscale classic, it’s the only dining view of Haystack Rock. Breakfast features various styles of eggs, omelettes, hash browns and more with special touches like seafood, wild mushrooms, marionberry butter, local hazelnuts and Rogue River blue cheese, in the $6 to $15 range. Lunch features a large selection of appetizers from $10 - $15, like avocado with blue cheese, Dungeness crab cakes or a smoked salmon arancini. Large sandwiches include meats, seafoods and burgers around $13, with unique touches like a jalapeno lime jelly. There are tacos from local rockfish, prawns, clams, or a wild forest mushroom and cheese ravioli, among others. Dinner becomes even larger with dishes like potato crusted halibut cranberry and brown butter sauce, a cedar planked honey mustard salmon, or steamer clams - most $25 to $30. Also filet mignon, porterhouse steak, wild mushroom chicken, and chicken and crab. Award-winning wine list in Wine Spectator. 1190 Pacific Drive. Cannon Beach, Oregon. 503-436-1108. www.wayfarer-restaurant.com/ or Online reservations.
San Dune Pub. A classy staple among locals, regulars and tourists alike, there's a slight historical sense about the place, augmented by a warming fireplace. A super friendly staff serves up fine microbrews as well as scrumptious grub in the American and seafood vein with homemade sauces. Appetizers in the $3 - $9 range include hummus, cheese bread, various tots/fries, hot wings or calamari. Plenty of burgers in varied incarnations like chili, bacon, cheese, teriyaki, BBQ, chipotle, veggie or chicken come with tons of interesting additions. Got seafood? There’s strips, chips, burgers, tacos and more with fishies or oysters. Wraps and ciabatta sandwiches around $8 include chicken, Caesar, pesto, turkey and bacon/swiss, among others. Soups and salads abound. Less than ten minutes from the surfing paradise of Short Sands, weekends abound with live music frivolity. 127 Laneda Ave., Manzanita, Oregon. 503-386-5080. www.sandunepub.com (20 mins from Cannon Beach) Pub Dining, Restaurant near Cannon Beach
Public Coast Brewing Co. OPENING SPRING 2016 will serve up tasty original craft beers, great food and provide warm and efficient service in a top-quality family-friendly environment. Home to the former Lumberyard Restaurant, the space is currently being transformed into a fully operational brewery. The lineup will include house-brewed craft beer and root beer along with a good selection of other carefully selected beers on tap. The coastal Northwest inspired menu will reach beyond the typical pub grub: a variety of locally caught fish & chips; hand-pattied beef burgers; homemade sausages and fresh salads. Counter-style quick service ordering keeps things moving. Grab a tasting tray as you wait for your meal. Ample indoor seating with seasonal patio, wrap-around bar and large windows onto the beer making process, and a kid’s play area make Public Coast a great spot for families and beer fans alike. Cannon Beach, Oregon. 503-436-0285.
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